They include the Northern Midland and Mountainous region, the Mekong Delta region, the Central Highlands region, the Southeast region, the North Central and Central Coastal region, and the Red River Delta region.
In 2022, for the first time, the Politburo issued six new resolutions on socio-economic development and ensuring defence and security in the abovementioned regions until 2030, with a vision for 2045.
Speaking at the launch ceremony on March 21, Nhan Dan’s Editor-in-chief Le Quoc Minh said the special pages are not only included in the newspaper’s print edition but also available on its website and TV channel.
He said the supplements and special pages will cover the advantages of each region in terms of infrastructure, natural conditions, geographical locations, human resources, and intra-regional linkages.
The content will be communicated through a wide range of high-quality articles and photos, thus helping to realise the targets set out by the Politburo.
The Nhan Dan leader said the combination of various channels is the path that Nhan Dan has taken in recent years, and this approach will also be applied to the coverage of the six socio-economic regions.
At the ceremony, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Thanh Lam congratulated Nhan Dan on the launch of the special coverage on six socio-economic regions and praised its innovation and leading role in creating a new communication method and playground for journalists.
According to Nhan Dan’s Deputy Editor-in-chief Dinh Nhu Hoan, the special pages on the six regions will act as a forum and information channel for leaders, managers and experts to contribute and fine-tune policies on regional linkage.